Robby recently began off-roading when he purchased his Jeep in 2011. He currently owns a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. One of his favorite local trails in Texas is the Hidden Falls Adventure Park.
Here are some build specs for Robby’s Jeep:
• 37” Nitto Mud Grapplers
• KC HiLiTES Apollo Series Lights
• Rock Krawler HD Tie Rod
Read more about Robby’s Jeep below.
This is my bicentennial beauty, that is always under construction to make her just a little bit off road worthy one piece at a time. When I first traded for her, there was a pucker factor of holes in the vinyl drivers seat at road speeds of 40 mph as the steering single stabilizer had been installed incorrectly. So I like overkill when it comes to my Burro so picked up some double stabilizers and Bam! 50-55 no problem. My wife and I enjoy hooking up the trailer with our 10′x10′ canvas tent and hitting the mining roads and goat trails of the high desert with our 2 feisty Chihuahuas Spike and Domino…..they love the adventure as much as we do! Keep the Greasy side down brothers and sisters!
2 inch skyjacker poly spacer lift
32 inch Nitto Terra Grapplers
Airaid cold air intake and throttle body spacer
Weather tech floor liners
Smittybuilt seat covers
Bushwhacker pocket flares bring style and a rugged look to your off-road rig. They block the mud from shooting back at you while ur wheeling. Plus if you live in a state where tire coverage is an issue then these will cover your tires ! Unless u have tractor tires ! They are a bolt on modification that are inexpensive and easy install